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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Amidas, Philip, 1550-1618 (search)
shalbe given, we resolved to leave the countrey, and to apply ourselves to returne for England, which we did accordingly, and arrived safely in the West of England about the middest of September. And whereas wee have above certified you of the countrey taken in possession by us to her Majesties use, and so to yours by her Majesties grant, wee thought good for the better assurance thereof to record some of the particular Gentlemen & men of accompt, who then were present, as witnesses of the same, that thereby all occasion of cavill to the title of the countrey, in her Majesties behalfe may be prevented, which otherwise, such as like not the action may use and pretend, whose names are: Master Philip Amadas,Captaines. Master Arthur Barlow, William Greenvile, John Wood, James Browewich, Henry Greene, Benjamin Wood, Simon Ferdinando, Nicholas Petman, John Hewes, of the companies. We brought home also two of the Savages, being lustie men, whose names were Wanchese and Manteo.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, A book of American explorers, chapter 13 (search)
nish themselves from their native country? Henry Greene bade me hold my peace, for he knew the worsnded to others should light on themselves. Henry Greene came again, and demanded of him what I saids old song, still patient. Then I spake to Henry Greene to stay three days, in which time I would sf, and that it was blood and revenge he Henry Greene. sought, or else he would not at such a timdo the like. The like did Wilson swear. Henry Greene went his way; and presently came Juet, Rd some reason in him. But he was worse than Henry Greene; for he sware plainly that he would justify his rest; but wickedness sleepeth not. For Henry Greene keepeth the master company all night, and gs [were] as watchful as he. Then I asked Henry Greene whom he would put out with the master. He row us all. Nay, said I, it is that villain Henry Greene; and I spake it not softly. Now was the per's: so there were words between them and Henry Greene,— one saying that they should go, and the o[8 more...]
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, A book of American explorers, Index. (search)
. Florida visited, 73, 125, 141. Francis I. (of France), 60, 99, 103. Frederycke, Master, Kryn, 305. French in Canada, The, 97-118. in Florida, The, 141-212. G. Gallegos, Baltasar de, 124, 126, 131. Gardar, 3. Gilbert, Sir, Humphrey, 169-174. Captain Raleigh, 222-227. Gloucester (Mass.) harbor, 344, 349. Gorges, Sir, Ferdinando, 335. Gosnold (or Gosnoil), Bartholomew, 203-213, 222, 231, 232. Gourgues, Dominic de, 166. Granganimeo, 180. Wife of, 184. Greene, Henry, 296-301. Gregory XIII., Pope, 290, 328. Grenville (or Greenville), Sir Richard, 188, 190, 193. Guachoya, Cacique of, 135, 139. Gudrid, 14. Guernache, 151. H. Hackit, Thomas, 143. Hais, John de, 165. Hakluyt Society, Publications of, 18, 54, 120, 142, 202, 280. Hakluyt's voyages, 54, 98, 142, 169, 176. Harlow, Captain, 223. Hawkins, Captain, John, 161. Heckewelder, Reverend, John, 290. Henry VII., King (of England), 57, 58. Heriulf, 3, 6. Higginson, Re